Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 5 Just leaks

Game of Thrones Season 8 episode 5 and the battle at King’s Landing

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Episode summary: The depiction of two powerful families - kings and queens, knights and renegades, liars and honest men - playing a deadly game for control of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, and to sit atop the Iron Throne.

The penultimate episode of Game of Thrones airs on Sunday and we’re expecting an epic showdown. Eight seasons, 72 episodes, and around 69 hours (nice) have led to the final confrontation between the show’s major players — the ones that have survived this long, that is.

Throughout season 8, and for the remaining two episodes, Polygon is going deep on all things Thrones, recapping the show, explaining lore you may have forgotten, and asking questions about things that are still unclear. We’ll also remind you where and when to stream the episode (or where to catch up if you’ve fallen behind.)

The episode 5 preview is very reminiscent of the episode 3 preview, in which we see Winterfell’s armies preparing for the Night King’s assault but none of the carnage that follows. We can assume that episode 5 will follow a similar pattern, especially since Miguel Sapochnik, who directed previous epic Game of Thrones battles including the Battle of the Bastards and the Battle of Winterfell, is back behind the camera for episode 5.

Though Game of Thrones has been brutal about killing off even its major players, there are still some powerful pieces left on the board. We have a lot of questions and theories about what could go down in the Battle of King’s Landing.

Now that Drogon is the only one of Daenerys’ children left alive, could dragons be wiped out (again)? A glimpse of Qyburn’s new-and-improved Scorpion is seen in the preview, which doesn’t bode well for our scaly friend. Is there still wildfire stashed beneath the streets of King’s Landing? A blast of dragonfire could cause another disastrous explosion in the capital. What is Jaime planning? Is he returning to his sistere’s side because he just can’t quit her or is he going to bring his redemptive arc full circle by murdering the woman for whom he was willing to “murder every man woman and child in Riverrun?” Will Arya finally cross off the rest of the names on her list? And will Varys and Tyrion turn on their dragon queen now that they know of Jon’s true parentage?

We are sure of one thing, though: Cleganebowl definitely, absolutely must happen.
Episode 5 will air on HBO and (drop onto streaming services) at 9 p.m. ET on Sunday, May 12. Here’s all the ways to watch Game of Thrones, whether directly from HBO or as a streaming service add-on.

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